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JORF EL HAMAM > TAGOUNITE

Stage 2 - december 30th 2015

 

STAGE N°2 : 403 km

 LIAISON : JORF EL HAMAM / MERZOUGA : 75 km

 SPECIAL STAGE : MERZOUGA / OULED DRISS : 313 km

 LIAISON : OULED DRISS / TAGOUNITE : 15 km

 

 For the first time on the AFRICA ECO RACE®, the start is directly set at the bottom of the Merzouga dunes. A well known Erg to all participants in African rallies, which could however be problematic if the sand isn’t compact enough. Once this first difficulty is behind them, the competitors will find both sandy and stony tracks. A portion which has never been explored by the rally in the heart of beautiful landscapes. These tracks will take the competitors to the volcano located near Oued Driss. The vehicles will reach the finish after taking one last small section of dunes and will cross a more or less difficult ford depending on the season. A nice stage in the pure Moroccan tradition.

 

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